Today's post in the Feline Foodology series is all about complete wet food. Cookie & Pippin have been on a mission for the past month or so working their way tirelessly through a couple of boxes of the complete wet food by Applaws. Applaws is one of the very first proper foods that I've ever come across and it's also been featured in the CatPacks Starter Pack. The flavours have always tempted me immensely and Cookie used to get a pouch here & there as a treat because I could tell that he had a soft spot for it. But how did the two munchkins feel about an all Applaws wet food diet?
🍽 Complete wet food by ApplawsApplaws food comes in so many different flavours, one more tempting than another. There's chicken with pumpkin, chicken with cheese, mackerels with sardines... So many flavours so little time! Applaws is also the best looking cat food I've come across so far. You can very easily differentiate between pieces of chicken, ham, cheese, rice and any other ingredients. Which is exactly what the composition of this wet food is - it's just 100% natural content with no additives really. No wonder the cats bloody love it so much! For 12 little tins you're paying £10.99 which is not horrendous however it's not particularly cheap either - a monthly supply for Cookie & Pipps works out to be just over £100. Applaws is definitely a brand to stay on the top of our to-scoff list!
Flavours we've tried:
Chicken breast with ham
Chicken breast with pumpkin
Chicken breast with cheese
Chicken breast 75%, chicken broth 19%, ham 5%, rice 1%
You can get Applaws at Pets at Home and sometimes they stock a few pouches here & there in Tesco's and Asda. You can also buy this food via Monster Pet Supplies (click here) or you can try a selection from CatPacks (buy here).
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💭 I don't claim to be an expert in cat food - all my knowledge is gathered from Jenny's book, the internets and my own personal experience, however I'm genuinely hoping this series will help others understand the importance of proper cat food.
THE FELINE FOODOLOGY SERIES